SiOnyx raises $11 million for "black silicon" solar cells

“Black silicon” developer SiOnyx has reportedly raised $11 million from Harvard University, RedShift Ventures, Harris & Harris, and Polaris Venture Partners to develop its material for solar applications. Based on the work of Eric Mazur at Harvard, the company is developing a process which uses lase...

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